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ssys his office will investigate complaints and pake appropriate action. >>> it is a day to remember 3 1 sooeeimportant marylandd history. dozens of reenacters converged on forthoward park in baltimore county for a defender's day observance. the british rooal arines. the event highlightee the efforts of ordinaay citizens to protect baltimooe against the invading % british forces. >> commemorating what hey did, >> many of these enenactors are -plookiig forward to participating in the -- of thee war of 1812. coming uppin less1 than two years. >>> it was a great day to celebrate defender's day and o a whole lot more. the beautiful weather brought people for boattng and sailing anddoutdoor activities. how long is this fantastic weather going to last? vytas reid is here with his first look at the pkywatch foreccst. >> a gorgeous day out there today. a great wwekend all in enjjy the wonderful et out and temmeratures. plenty of sunshine. today a little cool. we had clear skies due to high pressure in place. the radar 1 showing nothing. no cloud cover. a nice, clear night. the
theyre a are a terrorist group e condemn it. >> i didn't hear that but i will take your word for it.ake but they haven't statehood the center, why it's there. don't you agree with me if theya come out and say if you want toi build it here because weld wanto condemn gee laud and all the people who -- jihad and all the people who did the terrible murder in 2001, nobody would have a problem. >> he hasn't said it that way. >>hy n why not? >> i don't speak for him. but i inferred exactly what he said. and he did speak out in the interview last night. >> if he wants diffuse it, hehat says that, right? >> right. people needamerican to understand there is two saw forms. jihad. there is the/11 violent like wih 9/11 and then there is the infiltration to try to gain a foothold in the united states. he where a whole book published in arabic saying that was the te goal of the ground zero mosque. he has yet it answer that question. >> you say he wrote a book that said the goal of thel of mosquet to introduce the law to the united states. their particular book was and in fact the air beck title of the
after he fired ak 47 which is an automatic weapon. he says did he that to protect himself against a gang in front of his house. here now attorney and fox news anchor megyn kelly. i feel sorry for this guy grier. i wasn't there, number one. i respect the county police. i think they are a good outfit, number two. what happened? >> it depends on who you ask. according to the police, mr. grier was in his car with his cousin getting out of his car and three hispanic males show up on his property and start arguing with each other. not with him. he gets out of the car. >> bill: on his property. >> on his property. >> bill: wow. >> he gets out of his car and says hey, can you move it some place else? a confrontation ensues between grier and his cousin and these three guys. >> bill: right. >> grier goes back inside the house. according to grier he tells husband wife to police. according to police they were never called. grier comes back outside. now he has got the gun. they said it was an ak 47. it was an automatic. >> our viewers know about guns. they always email when you get the gun wrong. so
-election as the democratic party leader. kan will appoint ak heero o'hata as the economy trade and minister. he's a seven-term lower house member of the ruling democratic party with a strong support base among labor unions. kan is planning to name the democratic party's policy chief koichiro gemba as national strategy minister. gemba now serves as cabinet minister in charge of reforming the public servants' system. kan is also considering appointing land and transport minister seiji maehara to the post of foreign minister. the current foreign minister, katsuya okada, has accepted kan's request for him to become the democratic party's secretary-gener secretary-general. chief cabinet secretary yoshio sengoku and finance minister yoshihiko noda are expected to retain their posts. in the new party executive line-up kan asked former party secretary-general ichiro ozawa and the party's upper house leader, azuma koshiishi to serve as his deputies. however, koshiishi told aides that both he and ozawa have declined the offer. now, on friday morning kan accepted the resignations of all current ministers at a cabin
. gunman with an ak 47 on a college campus. plus north korea appears set to get a third generation dictator. the north korean leader kim jung-il giving his son a big promotion. that could lead to the country's top job. >> he's going to try to be a mini me dictator. i don't think he's going to have the means to do it. >> steve: tonight a close-up look at the dictator family that controls a nuclear nation. targeting terror. we'll see how the c.i.a. is reportedly using drone strikes to try to prevent a terrorist attack. plus, a discovery some scientists say could help end migraines. >> it's there in the nerve cells that gauge whether or not pain is being transmitted. >> shepard: it's not just headache sufferers who might benefit. tonight replevy in our dna. a deadly day on the campus of a major american university. swat tanks rolling down the streets of the university of texas at austin this afternoon after a 19-year-old student ran into the library with an ak 47 and started firing. it sent the whole campus into an immediate lock down. now we know he was a sophomore majoring in math and this i
an ak 47 assault rifle in his front yard according to authorities. he says he was protecting his family from gang members. his name is george greer. he says a group of 20 men were fight only his lawn and he thought they were going to rob him. greer says he told his wife to call the cops and he grabbed his gun. but the men didn't leave. in fact, he claimed they dared him to use that weapon so he says he fired a couple of shots into the grass. we are told nobody was hurt but when the cops came they arrested him for reckless endangerment. that is a felony. go to the legal panel. arthur, what is wrong with this? >> he went too far. he crossed the line. if he had just taken out the gun, the rifle which he has legally because he hasn't been charged with that and just displayed it to push back the force he wouldn't be arrested. the fact that he discharged the weapon in a way that had one hit a rock or ricocheted and could have killed somebody is where the problem was. >> shepard: david, he fired a shot in his yard? >> these are like 20 members of the most dangerous gang in america so labeled
le costó la vida a un inmigrante que se negó a ak ta la orden. y la protesta no se hizo esperar de los que se lanzaron a la calle cegaze por la era. >>>acata la orden. y la protesta no se hizo esperar de los que se lanzaron a la calle ze por la era. >>> movilización en los Ángeles tras la muerte de un guatemalteco,imer impactoh@prim lugar de los hechos con detalles. >>> qué tal, la policía de los Ángeles estuvo en alerta toda la noche fue una noche peligrosa aquí en los Ángeles y varios manifestante fueron arrestados el área de parque mc arthur se convirtió en un campo de batalla un grupo de residentes lanzó botellas y piedras a los agentes ante motín de los Ángeles estaban enojados por la muerte de un hombre que murió a manos de la policía. durante los disturbisdudisturbi hasta un basurero de metal. este hombre, dice que fue la policía quien le lastimó el brazo. >>> me atacaron y es injusto, yo me iba a mi casa vengo de trabajar. >>> protestaban la muerteer imp domingo sufrió un disparoacto 11 por acto 1gente primeractooprimc segú impacripr impackwie el sos estab
es que este ano un hombre armado con un fusil de asalto ak-47 sembrÓ el pa Ánico esta maÑana en el campus de la universidad de texas, en austin... la policÍa acordonÓ la zona despuÉs que el sujeto abriera fuego...nadie resultÓ h agresor se quitÓ la vida dentro de la biblioteca del centro educativo, segÚn informÓ el departamento de policÍa... equipos especializados registraron el campus en busca de explosivos o mÁs sospechosos... el sistema de trenes de alta velocidad pronto podria venir a la costa este.. eso es lo que busca la compania amtrak que anuncio un plan de 117 mil millones de dolares para lograrlo.. la proxima generacion de trenes de alta velocidad reduciria el tiempo de viaje entre washington y nueva york, de 162 minutos, a 96 minutos, inidco el presidente de la empresa.. sin embargo, se espera que dicho plan se convierta una realidad antes del año 2040... el presidente de colombia, juan manuel santos, se desplazÓ hasta una zona del departamento de antioquia para supervisar las tareas de rescate por un derrumbe en una carretera...varios perros de la cruz roja
on top of bay mud. wea is ak ve-- that is a very y with the consistency of jello that has been left in the refrigerator for several days. the others are residuals soil. they are either a product of the weathering of the underlying law. peluvium is soil that has been deposited by gravity. san francisco, dune sand, colma, and the others. very simple. because san francisco is so young. -- because san francisco is so young, it is riddled by faults. i have a map that shows the faults across the bay area and san francisco. the granddaddy of all of these is the san andreas fault. it is the longest. it can generate the greatest earthquakes. >> it is just south of san francisco. it goes offshore down here. >> from my house to the fault is about 3 miles on average. >> the closest area in san francisco to the fault is this area here in the southwest part of the city. people said that the closer you are, there are conditions that exacerbate issues. >> the fault's effect on development depends on the fault type and soil component. the san andreas is the main fault. there is the hayward fault. th
started firing an ak-47 inside a library. the man, a 19-year-old sophomore then shot and killed himself. no one else was hurt. that campus, as you remember, was the scene of the notorious clocktower shootings in 1966 when a gunman killed 16 people. >>> and ak-47s are at the heart of a strange tale out of arizona tonight, all of item broiled in the fierce immigration debate. a sheriff's deputy said he was ambushed in the desert and wounded by drug smugglers with assault rifles. and the event became a rallying cry against undocumented immigrants. but tonight, an investigation. did the deputy fire the gun at himself? here's david wright. >> reporter: one week after the governor signed a tough new anti-immigration bill, this was the dramatic incident that focused the debate here. >> get me some help. >> okay, okay. >> reporter: a firefight in the arizona desert, overheard on a 911 call, as the sheriff's deputy called for backup. >> how are you, bud? >> tell my wife i love her. >> reporter: the pinal county sheriff claimed his deputy was ambushed by a band of mexicans smuggling marijuana. >>
that the first weapon was an ak-47. and that's all we're going to release at this time. >> how many shots were fired. >> that's under investigation. obviously when you have these kind of incidents you have reports coming in. when reports come in we have to take them seriously. that's what all the law enforcement resources have done this morning is take them seriously. we owe it to the parents and students to make sure that we are safe rather than sorry and that's what we are doing right now. >> how about motives chief. >> we don't have any motives at this time. when you have a situation like this you're going to get multiple descriptions. that's what we have to check out for the second shooter. we did get multiple executions. we have to make sure that he didn't have other people with them. we don't feel like there were. we have to check out every lead and call we get. >> are you describing the second person as a shooter? >> the person deceased was he wearing all black? >> that is what i'm aware of at this point. i have not seen him. >> are you describing the second person -- >> i can be not te
shooting each other. from both sides of the street. police think an ak-47 was used. 50 rounds were found on the ground. no arrests have been made. >> a developing story gas leak that has been affecting a roadway in orinda. pg&e has told us they have finally capped this. this is that broke what road. let's go live there with jackie sizzle on the scene. >> pg&e have shut off the gas but brought no way is shut down cruise over here this is where the contractor that was working over night punctured to the gas line that cause the issues out here. they're still working out here but they are saying they are 15-20 minutes away from reopening parts of downtown orinda this is the third time in two days we've seen a ghastly this one was a contractor using a back hoe ruptured the main. >> yesterday was caused by construction crews as well. the concern is how long it takes pg&e to stop it. this has taken hours to shut off the lake. >> pg&e is defense a lot of times they're not on the scene when that happens it takes awhile to get here and figure out what line has been ruptured and they go through the
come bbck and start next week. so get a chance to recover aalittle bit. recuperate ake some ddcisiins and we'll move forward. >>reporter: and as xpected nfl commissiooer reduced ben's suspension. the quarterback was given a 6 game suspension but he met witt big ben today and knocked off 2 of the games. that means he will úiss the ravens game on october 3rd in pittsburgh. ben waasaacused of sexually assault ago woman in march. barren was to take over n his >> get reactioo from harbaugh on what many are talking about today. the prae mature celebration. the orioles open a series and will preview maryland navy. all commng up >> after all the worry over earl we areein store for a beautiful weekend. >> you said earl. >> who would name a hurriccne aivrment noaa would. i donnt know. emily has the 7 day forecast. emily. >> tte hurricane center comes up with those names. no enput theee but we are watching earl watching it all we can and watching it depart and watching ccld front push into %--úwhat that means for our forecast. few band now still lingering just off ocean city but w
approach him to ake contact with him, shot, a shot waa fiird and heeofficer felt that he was in danger at that úoint and responded to that shoo iring several rounds. >>reporter: woman suffered minor injuries. >>> city police identify tte man shot and killed in east baltimore over the weekend. police say 25-year-old george llwis was shht on bone part avenuu early sunday morning. lewws was taken to hopkins but died short time later. police this time.spect or a motive at >>> how are the roads lookingg% tonight. lauren cook here now with the report. >> thank you jenniier. we are dealing withhseveral accidents in baltimore city. one on liberty heights avenue att% drrid arr drive and another on east middle street at saint paul street and the third right on orleans street and north broadway. expect heavyy% congestion traveling on the jfx p to falls road. traveling n tte west said of the belt way we look at pretty high speeds at liberty road. checking in and taking a live look you notice everything is moving along just pretty good. we are lacking at 433miles ppr hour along theeouter
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than 30,000 articipants. >>reporter: the race for the cure akes place this sunday october 3rd in hunt valley. registee for the race or to donate to the susan g komein breast cancer research foundation go to our web site slash news link. >>> if crocodile of courss are scary to most of us but not this man. how he saved this croccdile and the trick he taught him to do next. >>> if lacks like we saw heavy >>> if lacks like we saw heavy amounts of rrinfall bob ehrlich pretends to be for the working guy... but he's not on our side. i thought i knew bob ehrlich, but then i found out... he raised property taxes on every maryland family... and business. he increased college tuition... by 40%. 40%. and i thought i knew bob ehrlich. he was against raising the minimum wage. made $2.5 million... working for a lobbying firm. $2.5 million? he's not really on my side. with this tough economy, we really need a governor on our side. i'm frank kratovil and i approve this message. the real andy harris. buried in his website - a promise to replace the tax code with a 23% sales tax and eliminate t
baltimore, keith daniels, fox 45 news late edition". >> all right, keith thank you. if you ake up tomorrow to weather damage in your area. see it, shoot it, send it. your cell phone to pics@foxbaltimore.com. >> and as you head out tomorrow morning, get the latest about which streets re flooded possibly. and then the best detours of course. tomorrow morning on fox 45 morning news. latest traffic information is on the news ticker anddfox 45 apps for the droid and i-phone. fox 45 morning news begins at five a.m. >> closing arguments tomorrow in the trial f three men accused of killing former baltimore councilmaa ken hair rips. %-first-degree murder with intet chhrge in favor of a lesser felony murder charge for the shooting of harris two years3 ago. >> hagerstown police say the handgun a 2-year-old boy accidentally shot himself with, belonged to a federal agent. the gun was stolen three weeks -arlier from the officer's car. toddler found the gun under the bed and shot himself in the chest on monday. he was still in critical3%condi. the boy's 16-year-ood brother and 17-year-old girlfriend ha
in the 30 milessan hour range and track will show how it akes that little bittof a right turn with the front of frrntal bouudary ppshing in. agent bit tt the east which is good but tropiial storm force winds on theeeastern part of up. >> thanks so much. >> governor o'malley says officials t tte maryland emergenny management agency. they you are to avoid travel to the city and the governor issued emergency ddclaratton that allow state aggncc to mobilize resources to preeare. >> and everybody is doinggwhat they need to be doing at this point wwhch is checking the baak up power and the úenerators and putting contractors on call and the event there is a need to clear trees and otterwise deal wwth úhis. %--úgust there is the potentialo before moving up to maryland. north caroline is already under a sttae of emergency n many homes and businessee are boarded up to wwather the went into effecc wednesday for hat haa islanddnorth car line. others are stocking up nd úeady to wait it out. >> we aae just getting enough stuff for two days inncase we gettstuck in. e have a gas barbe
to your streettand click on i radar. >> police ake 2 arrest after deadly stabbing. russell latimer and myself glover. investigators say they are upon for killing 26-year-old paul demario late last night. happened on gill avenue. he was stabbed in the chest and found in a staircase. >> baltimore city leads the country in the number of rape reports by police that's onn of the reasons connresss% iivessigates how rape cases are all righted to law enforcement nationwide. cap till audit of the police -údepartment promise new police call and rape before the ciiy are up 20 ercent since the new protocol were implemented. >> j.lo head to the judge's table. still ahead at 5:30. how much she will make for how much she will make for appearing on the >> here's done deal now. j.lo will join randy at the judge table for the season of "american idol"come up this january. fox is still mum about this but the pop star reportedly celtsed on 12 million dollar deal to be a yum on the show.. official announcement expected some time in the month of october. mean time singer george miccael is headed
sure that as we are asking everyone to ake tremendous sacrifices to get us -hrough the recession that we're doing the best we can with the resources that we have. >> reporrer: the mayor is working with real estate experts ú%al estate it owns.reement and >> the leases will be reevaluated and disposed if t's >> reporter: in the eantime -he city will contiiue to spend $77,000 a montt which some say rrflect poorlyyat city hall it's odd metaphor for how many things in tte city are run whicc is a large waste of money. >>> the $924,000 a year lease is set to expire august 2011. there's no wwrd on whether the city plans to extend it.. >>> coming up on fox 45 morning news. hair everywhere. get the connumer repoot piccs ú%r keeping your home free of pet hair. >>> red necks, the ravens this droid has evolved to do even more. now it integrates your work e-mail, so you can be hooked up to everything you need to do. now it does 1 ghz speed on a more intuitive keyboard. turning you into an instrument of efficiency. introducing the new droid 2 by motorola. part of the next generation of do
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at lowe's. he earned as much as $130,000 a year. >> people used to ake, you know, it's nottthere. it's not there. it's not. i see it every day, you know? i see it every day. i mean, what are we -pgoing tt do? it's america. phere's our jobs? >>reporter: innhis new job, he has takee a aycut of almost $100,000. he's struggling to keep his house and provide for his son, now 14, and his wife who is battling cancer. he's -pgiven up second jobs to spend more time at ome. his story of taaing a job below his skill level is all too familiar, but >> when i was working for gm, i was looking forward to turning 56 and retiringgand you know, trying to do something else or going until i'm 622 now we're just -- there's no real plan. itts -- ouu plan is to get from% month to month. helping nurseette economyyright back to health adding 46,000 jobs. one problem, thouuh? many of these positions tend to be lower paying. >>> early voting contiiues monday for the maryland primaries. it's the first time1 in maryland history that voters get a chance to cast their ballot well before the traditiona
something to watch. and we are not aking any predictions on where ii is going yet. but over the next several day we -ill continue to watch igor as it moves into the atlantic. and continues to strength end. bacc at home. watching a cold front push throuuh during the day sunday.3 ittwill bring mmch needed rainfall. we're over an inch below average for this month. and so we could efinitely use the rain it looks like a lost moisture with this system, as it cooes through.ú look for the rain to start late during the day sunday. enjoy the activities for because it looks like the rrst of the weekend will be wet. 55 degrees. for the overnight low. warmer downtoww. with inds out of the north. now calming down to five too3 10 milee per hour. and then for tomorrow.3 on the eastern shore. really nice day.ú plenty of sunshine. high. and just slightly warmer than that, in central maryyand. you can expect a high of %-skies.es, with mostly sunny and then sliggtly coolee back to western maryllnd. upper 70s is what you ccn expect there. with mostly sunny skies as well. so over the next five days.
. >>> the new plan to move the mosque near ground zero. the offer a maryland man is -aking. >>> good morning. it's tuesday, september 14th. it is primary day and people in the area will be going up and going out to vote in the local elementary schools or wherever in the local neighborhood. we will check in throughout the morning. good morning, i'm patrice harris. it's time o get a look at our3 forecast. and meteorologist steve fertig is here with what people can expect as they go to the polls. >> there's going to be nothing ú%ather wise to keep you from getting to the polls. a lot of ry air..3 53 degrees at the bus stop. winds out of the west at 5 miles an hour. it's going a pretty afternoon as well with a lost sunshine. 56 degrees is the temperature in baltimore. a mild sphart bu!! mild start bn salisbury and baltimore. we are headed to 81 for the high today. mainly clear skies with a few high, thin, cirrus clouds moving through. look for 81 and as i said for a pleaaant afternoon. winds will be busy in the afternoon hours especially getting up to 10-25 miles per hour, too. expect breezy cond
jefe de la policia, cuatro hombres armados con fusiles de asalto ak-47, llegaron en un automovil, ingresaron al el ersonal... la matanza ocurrio en el arrio de descartan el narcotraficomo no posible movil.. al menos ce personas mientras tanto en maryland el gobernador de ese estado se reunio con empresarios latinos y hablo sobre las alternativas para obtener contratos gubernamentales... claudia uceda tiene esta informacion.. mientras tanto en maryland el gobernador de ese estado se reunio con empresarios latinos y haalternativas para obtener contrato gubernamentales... claudia uceda tiene esta informacion.. continuando con nuestra serie "hablan los politicos", el candidato a la alcadia de washington y actual presidente del consejo epanie martinez tiene los detalles... continuando con nuestra serie "hablan los politicos", el candidato a la alcadia de washington y actual presidente del consejo municipal habla sobre sus planes para la oficina de asuntos latinos y las posibilidades de contratos gubernamentales... para el concejal v
, can my twin sister watch? (manly voice) why just watch? there's plenty of joe to go around. -aking on archbishop spaulding. the "late edition" is next with jeff barnd and jennifer gilbert, and it starts right now. >> too close to call.3 >> nothing is missing. %->> the votes still need to e tallied to decide ballimore state's attorney's race. >> not a pretty sight. the surprising place this worm infested candy showed up. >> questions about a cold medication. why teenagers could be at-risk. >> and changes at starbucks. why simpler may not have been better. >> live ii high definition,,from wbff tv in baltimore, this is fox 45 news "late edition". jennifer gilbert. >> and i am jeff barnd. baltimore city electioos board released the final vote tally in the race for city state attorney. here are the numbers. 1300 votes that break bernstein and patricia jessamy. but bernstein leads 49-47 percent. and keith daniels is live at he city board of elections,,where the remaining ballots will be %-keith? >>well, jeff, all the primary votes have been counted. but now eeection officials have to d
-old student shot several rounds from an ak-47 and ran in the library. no one was hit before the gunman took his own life. >>> there's no word if former president carter will cancel a planned book signing this afternoon. president carter was hospitalized in cleveland after falling ill on the book tour. he suffered an upset stomach. his family said he is resting comfortably and should be on the road sometime today. he turns 86 on friday. >>> investigators in west virginia say it may be next summer before they know the full cause of the deadly mine explosion. they have been told to take as long as they need for the investigation but he said next summer is his goal. the explosion at the upper big branch mine was the deadliest since 1970. 29 men died in the explosion. >>> the economy is having an affect on marriage. and more and more americans believe the economy is worse now than just a few months ago. you are watching 9 news now. we'll be right back. >>> it is time for the first "living $mart" report of the morning. here's alexis christoforous with the top business headlines. >> the bad econom
be more than 430 at marina. some children come to your middle school not having attended ak-5. there is plenty of room for them here. i think i need to put these in so that no one takes the numbers too seriously. it shows there is enough room at the middle school for fifth graders who would be assigned to that school. >> you are talking about if every fifth grader goes to their every fifth grader goes to their feeder.
are still missing. the california public utilities ommission is ordering pg&e to conduct ak surveys on all of it's lin, and the utility is interesting being asked to expla it's proceed -- ocedures. >> alan: carolyn i the days ahead we're going to be hearing a lot about line 132. that gasline that exploded. now ntsb investigators are turning their focus on the anatomy of this explosion. today they removed that 28-foot section of pipe that flew about 100 feet and landed in the street. investigatorslso cut off the two ended of the pipe to examine the immense force that ripped the metal apart. the crater is more than half the length of a financial -- football field. it holds a lot of answers like ound stability and pipe fatigue. investigators arenterested in hearing from resides who can tell them when and where they smelled gas prior to the explosion, and they want to know about the area around the pipe. >> anybody who has reports of dead vegetation. one of the symptoms of a gas leak is that the vegetation dies. if we have reports of dead vegetation, we woul like to he about that as well. >> a
resides to look through the report, appeal, e.i.r. and the itch complementation is ak -- and the implementation is accurate and with that, we will entertain questions if you have any. otherwise, i would ask for copies to be distributed to you and a copy for the record -- just kidding. thank you for your time today. always a pleasure to come and see you. and turn it back to annmarie or a question for me if you have one. >> short presentation. the department is recommending approval of this ordinance. the report before you discusses the implications and the impacts to the bodies such as yourself and the general public and the important thing is there is nothing in the ordinance that prohibits us from printing copies on request. and the intent of the ordinance is to prevent us from printing in advance frivolous copies that may or may not be need and documents that last year the planning department used two million and doesn't include paper purchase for the production of e.i.r. which may be close to the same number. so people from the public or this commission, if you so c
opened fire with an assault rifle and then shot himself. police say he started shooting an ak-47 inside a campus library earlier today. no one else was hurt. the campus was locked down. the gunman acted alone. the some students were evacuated. the gunman has not been identified and no motive is known. >>> san bruno's mayor is in washington, d.c., today to testify at a senate hearing on the gas pipeline disaster. also testifying were senators dee an finestein and boxer. peg p peg's president said in prepared testimony that lawmakers should create a federal standard to limit how close companies can build high pressure pipelines to homes. let's listen in. >> well, -- >> the september 9 explosion in san bruno killed 7 people and destroyed more than 30 homes. >>> a new report says the pipet line explosion may be tied to a power problem in milpitas. federal investigators say pg&e lost electricity to a crucial part of its natural gas pipeline system at its control center there. the outage occurred just hours before the pipeline explosion. the ruptured line originated in had milpitas and the ou
and opened fire with an ak-47. it made for free morning at the university of and august texas allottein austin. and theh the ski mask arm with an assault rifle fired shots. >> i started to rot and saw the guy he was across the street running towards me any a large assault rifle. he had a white shirt, dark tie and i got really scared at that is one issue in the back. >> by the time the students got the clear the man had shot and killed himself in the campus library no one else was injured. the man had fired the shots before turning the gun on himself. >> we know of that least four shots that he fired out on the streets that's one of the crime scenes, we know he discharged one other rounded himself. >> well swat teams are called police say they did not wait for him and move quickly to wrap things up. they give a lot of credit to students. >> along the way the students showed the way to where they spotted to have near the library and chased him into the library. >> please tonights to the gunman's name was called in he was a sophomore math major his motive still not clear. this is the same
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, weapons. ak-47's, ar-15's, 50 calibre bullets seize. we just made a seizure over 3,500 rounds of ammunition, we think from mexico. >> sean: sheriff gonzalez hopes the government will grant a request to expand more law enforcement and send additional border patrol agents in. so far no casualties from any of the acts of piracy. also no arrests. the fear is, things will escalate. >> worst-case scenario number one, somebody is going to get hurt. they will get bolder on that side or this side and they will hurt somebody, kill somebody, kidnap somebody. >> sean: many people argue that the war next door is not spilling over in the united states. tell that to the more 300 people kidnapped and held for ran some every year in phoenix. ran some every year in phoenix. . i'm a hot babe out jogging. you're checking out my awesome headband. that's when you find out your cut-rate insurance it ain't payin' for this. so get allstate. [ deis ] dollar for dollar nobodyrotects you from mayhem like allstate. [ male announcer ] an everyday moment can turn romantic anytime. and when it does, men with
of what is going across this lake. >> on the u.s. side had not been seen ammunition, weapons. ak-47's, ar-15's, 50 calibre bullets seize. we just made a seizure over 3,500 rounds of ammunition, we think from mexico. >> sean: sheriff gonzalez hopes the government will grant a request to expand more law enforcement and send additional border patrol agents in. so far no casualties from any of the acts of piracy. also no arrests. the fear is, things will escalate. >> worst-case scenario number one, somebody is going to get hurt. they will get bolder on that side or this side and they will hurt somebody, kill somebody, kidnap somebody. >> sean: many people argue that the war next door is not spilling over in the united states. tell that to the more 300 people kidnapped and held for ran some every year in phoenix. ♪ [ male announcer ] you're at the age where you don't get thrown by curve balls. ♪ this is the age of knowing how to get things done. ♪ so why would you let something le erectile dysfunction get in your way? isn't it time you talked to your doctor about viagra? 20 million men a
joined with the republicans joined to ake clear they opposehe obama plan to raise taxes on the well-off americans. >> reporter: president obama got the embarrassing news in iowa where his rocket ride to the white house began in '08. to help balance the budget he promised then to end now the bush era tax cut. you just can't do it. >> reporter: but back in washington, a backstab. democrats lacking the votes to win moved to adjourn. >> on this vote the ayes are 21 the nays are 209. >> american people know that raising taxes on americans are l not create jobs. that's why it's unbelievle that democrats would adjourn this congress without an up or down vote without extding it all. in the democratically controlled sen at -- >> i object. >> gridlock. on even routine bills. >> mr. president, i object. >> reporter: and on the big stuff, tax cuts. more delay. >> we just punted on the extension of the tax cuts or an obama tax increase. >> reporter: can the president win a tax hike on the rich aer congress comes back in november? maybe not. >> reporter: i'm steve handelsman, nbc news, capitol hi
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'm being asked to ask you about the gun itself. do you have any idea whether or not this gun was an ak-47, automatic or semiautomatic weapon? >> unfortunately i do not have a confirmation on that at this time. >> cindy, will police contact you as soon as they determine this is over with? will you be making the call you said you were part of a team that alerts the students. >> yes. >> what is that team? >> that team comprises of several different people, several leaders on campus who will get the message out in a variety of ways. we have text message, we have emails and then we also have a system on campus that has an alarm and a speaker, a loud speaker that let's anyone outside of the building get the information. >> will that also sound the all clear? >> yes. when we are ready for that to happen there will be an all clear sound. >> cindy, communications coordinator with the university of texas. very busy morning for her as she's continuing to advise the stumts, faculty and staff there about this incident that happened this morning, a gunman dead inside the campus library, the search on f
%om the system. temperature is 64 degrees inú baltimore. baltimore. >> he is aking over alleady. >> and down in salisbury. >>66 and salisbury.ú we should get to 64 degrees for high. and late showers later on. i was suuposed to do thisspart, but he is real anxious..3 what are you going to do.ú >> herr is patrice, with the traffic edge. >> or lauren. >> here is lauren with the traffic edge. i can do it all, though. >>> thank you very much, collin. itts good to have you here ith us this orning. as for roads we are dealinggwith traffii that is picking up from the west side. ride from 795 with an average speed of 4 miles per hour. you 11 inutes and there you're %-544miles per hour.e speed of so far nooproblems to report oo baltimore way, you're look ago 54 miles per hour.rip oo that's a look at the traafic edge, patrice, let's send it back to you. >>> thankkyou, lauren. 6 frock enclose n fox 456 fro6. >>> are you wwking up itching, if you are, there's a possibility you have bed bugs. they have become widespread. every time we talk abouu this >>> we are live at the warh. memorial downtown.
mumbai, india. >>> plus, you saw it unfolding here yesterday, a student armed with an ak47 opening fire at the university of texas at austin. harris is at the breaking news desk with more details on the shooting and a possible motive. jenna: well, we are getting new information on that terrifying scene yesterday at the university of texas campus in austin. harris has more on this story. harris. >> reporter: now we know answers to two questions that we were asked yesterday, the who and the why. you'll remember the four hours of terror on the university of texas campus in austin. who would do this? police now releasing the photograph of sophomore, he was a maj -- math major, colt kwr-pb cooley of austin, and you know, it's kind of typical, we always hear stories after this, the person was so nice and quiet but they even talked to his high school teacher and they say he was a very smart, intelligent kid who had a very positive attitude, always seemed to kind of keep his emotions in check and really a quiet kind of a tkpwaoeurbgs 19 years old, and we know the details now, he opened fire at
to be a semiautomatic pistol all the way up to something like an automatic rifle, for example, an ak-47. we just don't know right now. what we do know is that this first individual, evidentally was making some kind of statement first by firing these rounds and, unfortunately, we said he fired them in the area, didn't shoot at anyone in particular but he turned the weapon on himself and killed himself. this second person he was allegedly seen with was that a friend or just another student or could that be another gunman? well, on that campus they just can't take the chance. right now you have this major search going on and you've got 50,000 students plus faculty and staff either hunkered down, locking themselves in place or being told to stay away from campus until this is resolved. >> clint, we'll ask you to stick with us throughout the hour as we get more information on this breaking news coming out of the university of texas where the gunman walked into the library and opened fire and was fatally shot himself. >>> we want to come to other breaks news. oaxaca, close to -- suffering from severe rain
in if not more ll so. >> all right. kt mcfarland, thank you very much. >> than aks. as we continue to look at events nine years later after hea day that is etched in american memory. some guests coming up after that who are beginning to wonder just how many memories, esides those people there, how many really are still worried. . [ technician ] are youusy? management just sent over these new technical manuals. they need you translate them into portuguese. by tomorrow. [ male announcer ] ducati knows it's better for xerox to manage their global publications. so they can focus on building amazing bikes. with xerox, you're ready for real business.
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